FL Parenting Issues

FLORIDA parenting issues

Barrow Brown Carrington, PLLC

Prioritizing Your Child’s Best Interests.

At Barrow Brown Carrington, we understand the complexities and emotional depth of parenting and time-sharing issues. Serving clients throughout Florida, we offer both married and unmarried clients comprehensive support in reaching parenting and time-sharing arrangements. Whether through skilled negotiation or proactive litigation, our focus remains steadfast: prioritizing the well-being and best interests of your children.

Parenting and time-sharing cases can be emotionally taxing, with both parents naturally desiring maximum time with their children. We approach these sensitive matters with empathy and strategic insight. By attentively listening to your wishes and goals, we strive to secure outcomes that align with the best interests of the child while also respecting your parental rights.

Our Guidance, Your Options.

In the realm of parenting disputes, our guiding principle at Barrow Brown Carrington is to protect the interests of children caught in the midst of domestic disputes. Navigating through the complexities of divorce or the challenges posed by domestic violence requires a careful and knowledgeable approach. Our experienced Florida attorneys provide guidance throughout the process, clarifying your legal rights and the intricacies of the Florida legal system.

Our assistance extends to a wide array of custody-related matters, including but not limited to:

– Child Support Arrangements
– Crafting and Adjusting Time-sharing Schedules
– Litigation for Complex Parenting Cases
– Upholding Fathers’ Rights
– Addressing Issues of Domestic Violence and Abuse

Proudly representing clients across the sunshine state and the country, our family attorneys are committed to delivering effective and impactful results. We value transparent communication and are dedicated to helping you navigate these challenging times. Call us today at (561) 794-0555 to learn how we can serve you.

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